Does Queen Letizia have a ‘fake’ account on Instagram?

The strong core of our Royal Family continues to resist entering the world of social networks. nor the Kings Philip VI y Joy or their daughters Leonor y Sofia have a public digital profile. At the moment, the only connection that citizens have with the Royal House is a YouTube channel and an institutional account on Twitter.

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Nevertheless, the queen’s visit to Los Angeles last Tuesday to inaugurate the Instituto Cervantes opened the possibility that Don’s daughter-in-law Juan Carlos Do have a profile on Instagram and be private.

The clue gave it Kate del Castillo, who was one of the guests at the event with the monarch in the United States. The well-known actress queen of the south counted in the program Hoy how their meeting had been: “Letizia is divine, in addition, an incredible woman. She told me that she had a birthday almost the same as me, we are the same age, and that she was looking at my Instagram and she loves everything I do.”

From the statements of the Mexican, it is clear that the mother of the Princess of Asturias is on Instagram under a pseudonym. Unlike Letizia, other monarchs have known how to use the networks as a communication channel. Rania from Jordan, for example, has been able to find that ideal balance between the professional and the personal. the woman of king abdullah He already has more than seven million followers on Instagram and often shares anything from an afternoon of music with his children to his meeting with the queen. Camilla Parker-Bowles in London.

so do they Mette Marit of Norwaywho has been on Instagram since 2014 or charlene from monacowhich since she returned to public life after a few months admitted due to illness, is more active on her profile and has already accumulated almost five hundred thousand followers. The princes of Wales, Guillermo y Kate MiddletonThey have also carved out a niche for themselves in said social network, although they do so in a joint account and it is presented as something more institutional.